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Christmas Cards Pt. 3 | The Binghams

I've been trying to send out Christmas cards starting the year my husband and I got married.  So far, so good! :)   I haven't found the files for the first two years but wanted to share the last 3 years with everyone.
 
For 2012 we chose to go with a chalkboard theme.  The card was layered on red metallic cardstock and was enclosed in a coordinating envelope.
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For 2011 I designed a square card that featured carnival fonts, black and white stripes and reindeer!  I think this is my favorite card of our's so far. It was also layered on red metallic cardstock and was enclosed in a white metallic envelope that also featured black and white striped Washi tape on the black flap to seal it. :)
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For 2010, I created a business sized card that was layered on green metallic paper and enclosed in white matte envelopes.  The envelope featured the same frame graphic as the card and featured a black and white pattern.
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I hope everyone had a wonderful and joyous holiday season! I can't believe we bring 2012 to a close today!  May the new year bring many blessings to us all!  :)

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